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Hi I have seen Lily in Winter and I thought it was a very moving movie,it tell's me it does not matter what race are background you came from we need to respect a person for who they are,I have seen it about thee time and I'm looking to buy it if I can found it.if anyone who has not seen this movie, I recommend it to anyone,it's a movie I would show to my children.I really believed we need to show more family movie's,movie's that the whole family can watch, That's why I really like lily in winter it's a movie I know my whole family would enjoy.natalie Cloe showed us it does not matter if your background (rich or poor )make a deference it should not.I want to thank you for allowing me to give my comment.s about this movie.
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